Sir Dan

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3 years ago#1
You know how Sir Dan's Lv1 is pointed in a specfic way. Does he not have a move that throws people slightly up in a spinning fashion that would be a perfect setup for it?
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3 years ago#2
up + square into level 1 super works pretty good
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3 years ago#3
rattlehead731 posted...
up + square into level 1 super works pretty good


Landing an up triangle after an up square will always confirm into level 1. A more experienced opponent can still tech out of the sword uppercut, so make sure the arrow connects before trying it.
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3 years ago#4
Little note about the up square to arrow confirm: if you see your opponent is teching down and has been avoiding it, PLEASE stop doing the arrow nonstop and try to mix it up a bit.

There's nothing sadder than a Dan player who knows nothing but the up square into arrow setup, and keeps doing it when they see it isnt working.
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3 years ago#5
IfGodCouldDie posted...
You know how Sir Dan's Lv1 is pointed in a specfic way. Does he not have a move that throws people slightly up in a spinning fashion that would be a perfect setup for it?


You talking bout his Down+square spin right?
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3 years ago#6
Up Throw is too high/far.
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